Right now, I am in a lot of pain, and yet I feel fine as it’s the good kind of pain.
You see, I went bushwalking yesterday, which is something that I think I recently mentioned.
Bushwalking was good. It was right through the Royal National Park, from Waterfall to Loftus.
There were some slight detours and at one point I lost the lens cap for my wide angle lens, something that left me feeling a bit sad, but the lens is fine and I’ve a new cap on the way, so I’m feeling okay with the loss.
It was really good to get away from the city. It had been far too long since I was last in the bush so the feelings of release and calm that I get from being in the bush were long overdue.
It had been somewhere around four months, which (to me) is far, far too long to be away from the bush.
Well, there was a the field trip for one of my university subjects, but that doesn’t count too much as, whilst that was relaxing in some ways, it was more for study, which is fine, but it doesn’t provide the same things that I usually get when I am in the bush.
It was a wonderfully long walk that allowed m,e to see some things that I would not normally see when I am in the Royal National Park. I will be sharing some of the photos in the coming weeks, so that should provide a bit of a treat.
It was raining at one point, but I was largely unaffected and not inhibited in my walking.
Unfortunately most of the track was following a really compressed dirt road, but on the plus side, it gave a bit of space and I was still surrounded by bush land. It also allowed me an easy walk through most of the place.
Right now, my legs are really sore, but it’s the good kind of sore as it has come from something that I really enjoy doing.
I got this from doing a lot of walking and breathing clean air, whilst getting access to some really beautiful views that were mostly composed of vegetation and not much else.
I don’t think that I have much else to say about the walk at the moment and I don’t know what else to write about, which probably has to do with still feeling tired as I went to bed ate and woke up early like the little lazy worker bee that I am, so I’m going to try and take up the rest of this space with the words of this sentence, but I’m not too sure if I will get to the end without writing a sentence that is more lame rambling than coherent wisdom from the depths of darkness that I regularly plunge into as it lies within myself and is the well of my painful, yet beautiful soul of adjective verb.
The time it took to write five-hundred words: 08:27:40
I’m going to guess that the best time for me to write is not whilst I am in a fair bit of pain that, whilst is annoying, was totally worth it as yesterday was a most wonderful day.
I think that this feels almost as though it’s a bit repetitive. I think I ran out of steam a bit earlier than I expected.
Written at work.